The Northwestern State University community will see new and improved sport facilities within the next few years. Improvements and new additions are expected to cost nearly $2 million, according to a press release outlining the possible improvements.
For many students, going to college can feel like entering an entirely new world. For international students, such as junior tennis player Polina Mutel, it really is like seeing a new planet for the first time.
The NSU Demon Baseball Team had a dynamic start to their season, winning two out of three games against Binghamton University Feb. 16-18 and two against University of Pennsylvania Feb. 23-24.
Club sports at NSU are no strangers to competition. Separate from NCAA-affiliated collegiate sports, club sports on campus range in variety from rowing to ping pong, and some compete in regional and national tournaments.
The annual Northwestern State signing day luncheon was held Feb. 7, and three new coaches from two different Demon sports revealed their signees, wowing the crowd with their strong rosters.
With one of the largest indoor track meets looming on the horizon with the Tyson Invitational in Arkansas Feb. 9-10 and then a week-long break to prepare for the Southland Conference Indoor Championships on Feb. 21-22, the NSU Demon Track and Field athletes are continuing to work towards their chances at the NCAA championships.
After suffering several losses, one thing that persists for the Lady Demon Basketball team is the dedication and hard work players put in.
After playing with the Northwestern State University basketball team, Jalan West’s standout career has ended.
While the opening weekend of tennis didn’t go NSU’s way against LSU and Tulane University, they’ll try to turn that around against the University of Louisiana Lafayette Wednesday with their next match of the season.